Encyclopedia of Diasporas

2005 Edition
| Editors: Melvin Ember, Carol R. Ember, Ian Skoggard

Yorùbá Diaspora

  • Kó¸lá Abímbó¸lá
Reference work entry
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-29904-4_31

Introduction

Alternative names for the Yorùbá Diaspora are Yoòbá, Lùkùmi, Lukumí, Lucumí, Anago, Nago, KóàárOpen image in new window

Keywords

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